Exogenous Ketones Keto - What are the ingredients for pedicure?

by maya justin (05.08.2021)

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Follow these tips to get a homemade pedicure and get a perfect pedicure on your feet without having to go to the beauty salon. Give your feet a pedicure at home at your convenience to enhance your overall beauty and personality. Spend a little time doing your pedicure at home and you'll have amazing, pretty feet in no time.

How to do a homemade pedicure with these simple steps

Well-groomed and well-groomed feet are an integral part of our overall beauty and well-being. Our feet are often the best indicators of how well we take care of ourselves. Our feet carry our weight all the time, through rough and dry, thick and thin, and they absolutely deserve a little love.

These are the materials needed to carry out a homemade pedicure:

  • Nail clippers, nail file, nail polish remover, coconut oil for cuticles, cuticle sticks, cotton pads, nail polish.
  • Tub to soak your feet, towels to dry your feet.
  • Natural scrub, foot file, pumice stone.
  • Moisturizing foot cream (optional).
  • Bath salt
  • A clean towel

Don't leave the last or absent one on your list of things to do in your beauty regimen at your feet. The best news is that you don't have to go looking elsewhere for beautiful feet; you can do a homemade pedicure right from the comfort of your home. These are the steps:

  1. Remove existing nail polish as the first step to your home pedicure

Rub your toenails with some cotton soaked in nail polish remover to remove the old polish. Nail polish removers that are free of alcohol and acetone are less dry, but they don't work very well for dark shades. Use them only in nail polish shades that are lighter.

  1. Soak your feet

As a second step to your homemade pedicure, fill a bowl with enough warm water to cover your feet to the ankles and add:

  • ½ cup of Epson salt. This works like a balm and soothes inflammation, reduces roughness and relieves muscle pain. If it is not available to you, you can use any other type of bath salts.
  • Juice of one lemon.
  • A few drops of a shampoo of your choice. Alternatively, you can use liquid hand soap or shampoo.
  • Essential oils according to your taste. The best options are lavender or eucalyptus. Lavender relaxes and rejuvenates the skin and helps soothe the nerves. On the other hand, eucalyptus relieves sore feet. It also works as a disinfectant and antiseptic.
  • Throw some pebbles into the tub and place your feet on them. This works as an excellent massage.

Put a chair next to the tub and sit in a comfortable position, while you soak your feet for 10-20 minutes, according to your need and taste. Don't forget to put on some relaxing music while you do it. It will act as a perfect stress buster. Dry your feet with a towel after that.

  1. Trimming and filing the nails at the homemade pedicure

Use high-quality nail clippers made specifically for toenails. Make sure to cut your toenails in a straight line just above the skin so your nails don't extend over the tips of your toes.

Use at least three cuts on each nail, as cutting the entire nail in one go can lead to cutting too close to the skin. Don't cut the corners too far to avoid painful ingrown toenails.

Use a nail file and file your nails in one direction only, until they are even and slightly rounded at the corners. Avoid using metal files, as they can tear your nails. Use the fine-grained surface to smooth the nails and the coarser surface to shape the nails.

  1. Exfoliate and take care of the cuticles

Rub some cuticle cream on the base of each toenail. Leave it there for a few minutes.

In the meantime, remove dead skin cells with a pumice stone or a dry foot file. If dead skin cells are not removed, they will become hard and thick, and could become infected later. Rub your ankles too.

Make sure to carve the heel and toes, the sides of your heel, and around your toes. Avoid scraping too hard. Stop if your foot turns red. Hard skin is there for a reason.

Now wipe off the cuticle cream and gently push the cuticles with the cuticle pusher. And voila, the rounded cuticles will give your feet a pretty appearance. If necessary, use a toothbrush to clean your toes and under the toenails.

Also, in this step, apply your natural exfoliant giving a gentle massage to the feet, to finish removing dead cells from them.

  1. Hydration, the fifth step in your home pedicure

After finishing the purification, wash your feet very well and dry them including between the toes. You can also apply a moisturizer or thick foot cream, from top to bottom, including the heels and cuticles.

You can use any moisturizer of your choice in your pedicure. Even if you have bought a face cream but it is too heavy to use on your face, you can use it on your feet, worse you can also use coconut oil.

Massage your feet for a long time, making the blood circulate more to that area and comforting the bones and muscles of the feet.

  1. Color your toenails
  2. Clean excess oil on your toenails with a cotton ball soaked in nail polish remover.
  3. If you want to keep it simple, just apply a coat of clear polish.
  4. If you like the color, apply a thin coat of foundation first. Make sure you don't paint the cuticles.
  5. Wait for the base coat to dry and then apply two coats of nail polish of your choice. Let the first coat dry before applying the second coat. This will make your nail polish last longer.
  6. Finish with a thin top coat of clear nail polish (optional).
  7. Clean the glides of the enamel with the cuticle stick, wrapped in cotton and dipped in enamel remover.

Now you are ready to wear your favorite footwear to show off your pedicure. To show it off even more, wear finger rings, bracelets or whatever takes your fancy.

Express pedicure with milk for soft and moisturized feet

This is another recipe, but express to make your pedicure at home. This will prevent your feet from becoming dry, scaly, and looking tired. It is to be done once your feet are free of flaky skin and uncut nails.


  • 2-4 cups of milk
  • 3 tablespoons of baking soda


First, heat the milk. Then pour it into a bowl or foot soak tub and add the baking soda to it. Stir well and put your feet inside for 10 minutes.

When you're done, rinse your feet with warm water and pat them dry with a towel. Apply your foot cream every day and enjoy the results.

Final beauty tips on your homemade pedicure

  • If your toenails are yellow, soak them in lemon juice for ten minutes and then clean them.
  • Apply clear nail polish after every other day and moisturize every day to make your pedicure last longer.
  • For a chic and beautiful touch to your home pedicure, consider applying glitter to make your toenails look gorgeous.
  • If you have cracks, rub some petroleum jelly on your feet and wear loose cotton socks overnight. You will notice a big difference in a few days.

Make a homemade massage oil for your feet: Mix a teaspoon of almond oil and olive oil with 10 drops of any essential oil of your choice.

Precautions when making your homemade pedicure:

  • Be very careful not to cut or trim the cuticles, as it can lead to infection.
  • Try to cut your toenails straight to avoid painful ingrown toenails.

If you want to maintain as much as possible (if not, grow it) during a cutting phase, you consume the optimal amount of protein. First, it boosts your metabolism throughout the day because protein takes more energy to digest than carbs or fat. Second, it keeps you full to prevent overeating.

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